I have been having a little giggle at those "experienced" shots commenting on rifles that don't group, or plastic stocks that are rubbish. Here is a revelation its not the rifle its the shooter! why?
Well for staters most modern rifles shoot far more accurately than most shooters can shoot. The barrels are machined by CNC far more accurately and repeatable than all but the most gifted of humans. plastic is not susetable to the same internal strains and stress as wood.
If you use the same batched factory bullets, cartridges etc and shot the same way every time the shots should be grouped. Assuming the scope is fitted correctly and screwed down. Now there are many things you can do to improve the group, such as chemical lubrications for the barrel, home loading etc. but at the end of the day the biggest thing to affect the shot group is you!
Now we are all different and some rifles do shoot better in one persons hands than another, but a good shot can usually pick up any rifle and produce a resonable group.
So when experienced shots complain that remington are crap and rugers are rough but go with a cz because they shoot amazing, just wonder why are remmington/ruger one of the largest arms manufacturers in the world. Because the produce cheap accurate rifles that work day in day out in all weathers for the masses.
So don't be swayed in to spending vast amounts on a rifle, spend more on the scope is the secret!